I am not able to find warup-up codes which the agent enter after any call in the IPCC we view reports, for example I want to know which warup-up code the agents had entered for every call, in order to analysis the customers inquireies. any help .............
Terminology can be confusing. Let's make sure we are all talking about the same thing.
What you configure in ICM are "reason codes" - not ready reason codes and logout reason codes. In the latest CAD these are pushed up to CAD - CAD cannot define them, as it could in the past. Depending on the workflow you can select different codes to populate the list the agent selects from. Some system operations (like when the Supervisor changes an agent's state from ready to not ready remotely) have their own predefined reason codes.
What you can additionally configure in the system is "wrapup data". I use that term because that's what it's called in the TCD (Termination_Call_Detail) table. It's a 40 character field that has no corresponding index - so it's not a code. I'd rather not call this "Wrap-Up Codes".
I am using ctios 7.1 and I had the warp-up codes configured in the CTIOS SERVER windows registry, also it is configured in the agent desk setting, but I cannot find it in the reports, I mean if I want to know for example how many agent had entered "PUK inquiry" warp-up code.
Yes, there is no WebView report. As I said, wrap-up DATA (there is no "code") is written to the TCD. Since there is no code, and no indexing, it's impossible for a standard WebView report to show this. Wrap-up data and reason codes are worlds apart.
You could probably create a custom WebView report with Infomaker to show the wrap-up data, although I have not done this.
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